Citing greater geopolitical uncertainty and lower crude-oil prices, TechnipFMC said it’s writing down the value of its subsea assets by $1.7 billion and is reducing the estimated value of its onshore assets by $700 million.
Headquartered in Paris with a large presence in Houston, TechnipFMC attributed the write down for the subsea assets to “reduced market capitalization” while the reduction in value for the company’s onshore assets is being attributed to a lower activity outlook for shale plays in the United States and Canada.
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